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Vernal Hansen, ed.
Adviser, Ron Bowes
The Associated Students of Loma Linda University
Riverside, California 92505
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Glimpses of L. L. U. : blended facets of separate lives . . . coming together.
The pleasant shock of hot days in January
or the unity of an earthquake
and an eclipse.
The clutter of power lines
in an ageless scene of mountains
and empty spaces —
man's desperate urge to make a mark
on all that ever touches
his life. . . .
Man is a student,
The seed bursts,
swollen with life.
Strong shoot and
Wood or Weed?
Where is the value
of his education?
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In his search
Part of this seed.
And he grows . . .
If you can be nothing else, be honest;
and while you are honest, be loving,
and let that love grow
until it crowds out
all that is mean and tarnished
in your soul.
The sky is afire
A day is dying
Surrounded by the garbage of a crumbhng
The children build
Castles in the sand.
Sitting back they watch
The waves wash their dreams into oblivion
In the beauty of tomorrow
The children will return.
And here man finds the value of his
education — in tomorrow.
OO NOT LET ANYONE LOOK 3W
YOUNG. BUT BE AN EXAMPL F(
SPEECH. YOUR CONDUCT. YOU I L
And in preparing for
Tomorrow, Man learns
He needs something
Greater than himself.
He finds help in
knowing that someone.
So a few come
apart to pray
or in the mountains
to find out. . .
what man should do.
"In Christ there is no east or west,' they sang. But cast
disparaging glances at the girl and her dark companion.
"The youth will finish the work, ' they said. But behind
closed doors: " How nauseating this long hair!"
"We are saved by grace," they said, and added another
tick in the small black book.
" Lx)ve God and do what thou wilt, ' they said. And did
"Get high with God," they said. But came down at the
sight of the little old lady clutching her hymnal.
But in the night,
two or three wrestled
with convictions and found
confort in each other.
With the dawn, one poured out her thanksgiving in
song. One shared a meal with some one who was lonely.
Others paused and made the noonday holy with their prayers.
One spoke the truth though it were easier to keep silent.
One went without his supper to listen to a friend.
At even, on the far side
of the hill:
the sun's last lingering rays
touched the carefully-wrapped
hidden in the crevice.
Left and Above: Elder Edwin Zackrison, Week of Prayer speaker in the fall.
Week of Prayer
"As he taught he said: 'Listen! A sower went out to sow. And it happened that
as he sowed, some seed fell along the footpath; . . . Some seed fell on rocky
ground . . . and some . . . among thistles. Some of the seed fell into good soil,
where it came up and grew and bore fruit,
"When he was alone, the Twelve and others who were round him questioned
him about the parables. He replied. To you the secret of the kingdom of God
has been given. "
Mark 4:2-11, New Euijlish Text.
As we learn what man should do
we venture forth . . .
going as student missionaries
singing songs of praise
sharing our faith
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There can be an assortment of views
on the faith we Uve by,
yet we are continually driven to meet
together in the shadow of the cross.
To understand the variety and the
in order to survive,
creates greater bonds of unity
than the peaceful acceptance
of pre-existing harmonies.
Left: James Black. Top to Bottom: Student missionaries in prayer; Barbara Blomberg
with Bible study class in Korea; Tim Pangbom in language lab.
to make our education complete
by using what we've learned.
Top to Bottom: The Reliance during Week of Prayer; Dan Engeberg preaching in Korea
with interpreter; The Fellowship in prayer. Right, Top to Bottom: Rabbi Simmons;
Judy Miller teaching English in Korea.
For the Survival of Our Nation, a
Concern for the ecology . . .
,-d clearl/ a0ov. --
^stand of indecision.
.^eddern^an be that voice. Vlake us ne^
-;; SiV. ay be that a challenged na.
■.d'itself from the throes of death, can ii
fe in the "better America" of which you s
^ Chairman, Department
Top, Left to Right: Herschel Hughes' letter on ecology to the president;
John Goldsmith, head of the Cahfomia Department of Heahh's epidemi-
ology unit, discussing air pollution; President Nixon and Tricia when they
came to Riverside this year. Right: Evelle Younger, campaigning in HMA
to become attorney genera! of California. Far Right: Harrison Salisbury,
assistant managing editor of the New York Times, with Ron Bowes (left)
public relations man for LLU and also Meteor adviser. Salisbury gave Nixon
a 'B' grade in foreign pwlicy.
. . . and politics
A together mind integral
in one peace
floats too lightly on ethereal plane
unaware of the jagged rocks
Then thought is scraped — pieces
split and jangle, dangle substracted
from the whole.
Fragments form their separate worlds
fashioned from rocks of their slicing —
the rock of strict duty, rock of pure vice,
rock of spiritual idealism.
Then fragments bang against the others —
bashing and clanging to gain the greatest chujok
of the integral process.
When merciless internal struggle of endless agitation
reaches moment of supreme tension
catastrophic flash engages final disunion —
and a gigantic meteor sent from the far end of the universe
smashes pieces of new peace.
— David Veglahn
Black History Week; Alex Haley
Top Left: Gladys Fletcher with Bulletin board during
black history week. Bottom Left: Progressive senior
class president Rocky Twyman right behind Alex
Haley, co-author of the best selling book "The
Autobiography of Malcolm X" and author of the
forthcoming book "Before this Anger.
"Black peocfe in America are like orphans.
We are haunwd by the question "Who are we?
Where do vA com^ from?" We all, everyone
of us, haveyhe sam^ background. We all come
But fnf decade|, more has been known
about the animals df Africa than her people. . .
We h^'e been fobbed of our individual
identijy(and that is). . .hideous.
If /ou want to iknow about the (sufferings
ancyjoys) of a people, study in detail the life
of/ person ... Once we know where we came
f^^m, we can know who we are, and what has
ippened to us. And from there we can know
low to achieve individual identity, then
pride and equality."
(continued from picture at left^
"If you know the histor\ of black people,
you can understand their anger. One
hundred million people were lost to the
African continent during all the time of
slavery. But this is not as hideous as being
deprived of the knowledge of who we are.
Let me tell you. You know that (in a tribal
clan) when a baby is bom, (there is a rituaH
where the father takes the bab\ in his
hands, and lifts the baby to his lips and
whispers into the baby s ear, for the first
time it is spoken, the name decided for the
baby, so the baby would be the first person
to know who he is ... Black truly is
Above: St. Valentines Day Massacre car rally
Right, Top to Bottom: Progressive party; Hallo-
ween party; Village gets organized.
> OME SENIORS
Left: Christmas Banquet at the
Castaway. Below: Academy stu-
dents with Robert Osmunson.
director of Admissions and Re-
Gross Gems Productions
In the contemporary world dissonance has become our
substitute for harmony. Perhaps we might be uneasy in
order; we exist and thrive in a crashing junkpile of
impressions to tantaUze us, push us, and entertain us.
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Top to Bottom: Security, "doing their thing"; Physical plant.
Right, Top to Bottom: Jane Kaspareen, nurse; Richard Banks,
counsehng center, with Nick Golay; John Clough (left), direc-
tor of the physical plant, looking over plans with Presidents
Biebcr and Pierson; How we felt when P.D. Foods was making
Opposite Page. Top, Left to Right: Alfred Walters and son;
During the Saturday night program. "The Impiwsible
Dream", Performer with friend. Bottom. Left to Right:
Douglas Welebir, mayor of the city of Loma Linda, ,<peak.<
on "Man and the World ; James Pitts, director of the State-
wide Air Pollution Research Center at L'CR, on Ectilogs of
our air. Top, Left to Right: Observatorv-; Sat. night: Center.
Left to Right: Glen Hilts of the library with fnxik salesman;
Groundbreaking for the new library was quite explosi\e .
Left: New library (eventually).
Top to Bottom: Tom Knight, Social activities;
Vemal Hansen Inside Dope. Right, Top to Bottom:
Ahce Barber, Public Relations; Juli Ling, Criterion
editor. Far Right: a skeleton (actually this should
have gone in the biology department but we didn't
Top to Bottom: Mike Hull, President and Marcia Uhl; Fred
Lowe, Christian Osllegiate League. Right, Top to Bottom: Bj.
Christiansen Vice President; Larry Wertz, Treasurer; Susan
Top to Bottom: Robert Hervig (right) and Robert Ford, campus busi-
ness administrator and assistant; President David Bieber and Robert
Radcliffe, vice president for financial affairs.
Top to Bottom: David Bieber (seated), president and Tracy Teele, vice
president for student affairs; Robert Cleveland, vice president for academic
affairs and provost of La Sierra Campus.
Arts and Sciences
Left, Top to Bottom: Ralph Koorenny, dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences Irene Ortner. chair-
man secretarial and business education. Below,
Top to Bottom: Richard Larson, chairman business
and economics; student Ralph Korpman on the
computer that's used for business, registration,
Business and Economics
Left, Tod to Bottotn: Perry Beach, chairman music; Donald Duncan,
Assistant Professor of Music. Top to Bottom: Chamber singers; Band.
Top to Bottom: Bjom Keyn, associate professor of music; Donald Vaughn, assistant professor of music:
Gladwyn hall during carol sing.
Left, Top to Bottom: James Riggs, chairman physics, with paraffin moderated
subcritical nuclear reactor; Laser beam; Cow (obviously). Top to Bottom:
Lester Cushman, professor of physics, received 1971 faculty appreciation award
for 41 years of teaching at La Sierra, also a student on the first day of classes
when La Sierra opened; John Carr, chairman agriculture.
Far Left, Top to Bottom: William Napier, chairman phvsical
education; Mary Byers, chairman consumer related sciences.
Left, Top to Bottom: Basketball player:: College hall: CRS
building; Sewing lab.
Consumer Related Sciences
Right, Top to Bottom: Rosalyn Johnson, Meteor cover artist;
sculpturer Ortlieb with face of Moses; Frederick Hoyt, chairman
history and pwHtical science. Left, Top to Bottom: Herschel Hughes,
chairman art; art department head.
Left, Top to Bottom: Jake Walcker (right), chairman indus-
trial education; John Ehck, chairman sociology and anthro-
pology; Peter Strutz, chairman psychology.
Top to Bottom: Student chemist; Laurence Botimer, chair
man chemistry; Ye old bottle shoppe. Right: Paul Enright
Left, Top to Bottom: Harold Milliken. associate
chairman biology; Kathy Musich; Palmer Hall.
Above Left: biology lab Above Right: Lovera
Wolfe in embryology lab. Left: Cleanup axim
Top: Hilmer Besel, chairman mathematics. Center, Left to Right: Royal Sage, associate pro-
fessor of Biblical studies, was named "Teacher of the Year" during Homecoming 71; Nerval
Pease, chairman religion. Bottom: Margarete Hilts, chairman modem languages.
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Top, Left to Right: Harold Wynne, Public information officer and
associate professor of journalism, "stripping' the wire; Brian
Jacques, chairman speech. Center, Left to Right: Charles Wear,
first semester editor of the Criterion; Lee Mclntyre U«?ft^- general
manager of the university broadcasting service, with Jerr% Keith,
Misc. . .
Top to Bottom: Keuben Hilden chatting with \iktor C;hristenscn. chairman
curriculum and instruction: George Simpson, chairman counselor education
Right Top to Bottom: Willard Stoier. dean of the Sch(X)| of Education; ('.rant
Macaiilrv. chairni.in .idtninistratiofi and supervision
Opposite Page Top to Bottom: Ijnda Dopp. student teacher. Joan Hempel.
student teacher. Charles Wemgartner. author of Teaching as a Suhver^ive
Activity . speaking at an education «)nfercnce held on the La Sierra (jmpus
A school becomes one unit by
a mysterious collection of people
which come in all brands
like the perfect happen-chance of
the baubles a restless sea
washes up on the shore;
or by the delightful process
of learning, where ideally each person
keeps pursuing his mind out to its edges
. . . and a little further;
this random jumble of ideas
begins to come together eventually
ike the pebbles thrown into the pond.
The cause water ripples to
intersect in a tangle of ever more
complex and widening rings.
" To the extent that our schools are
instruments of such a democratic society,
teachers must develop in the young not only an
awareness of this freedom of speech and thought
etc. but a will to exercise it, and the
intellectual power and perspective to do so
effectively." Weingartner and Postman
School of Nursing
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Bottom: Ruth Munroe. associate dean of the
School of Nursing during pinning
Top: Vemon Koenig, dean of Summer Sessions and
University Extension; Center Left: plane used flight
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